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Mark Epstein

Mark Epstein



Mark Epstein is an award winning action sports and adventure travel photographer based in Los Angeles. He has traveled the globe in search of the most dramatic locations to capture the beauty and allure of his subjects. His work has been published in nearly every ski magazine in North America as well as a handful of nature and travel magazines. Born and raised in Jackson Hole, Epstein, originally pursued a career in ski racing and big mountain skiing before switching gears and joining the ski media as the Director of Photography for the industries leading magazine, Freeze, where he directed all of the magazine's content and helped spearhead the entire Time Inc action sports media group’s transition from film to digital. His passion for technology led him to start his own company soon after Freeze's doors closed working side-by-side with some of the world's most talented photographers as both a digital technician, photo retoucher, and post production specialist while continuing his own commercial photographic pursuits. He’s partnered with landscape, fashion, and lifestyle photographers as well as joined forces with prominent retailers such as Nordstrom, CBS Sports, Microsoft, and Canon. Mark offers professional stock photography and fine art prints of some of the world's most beautiful landscape scenery, breathtaking vistas, and urban cityscapes. His photographic and technical skills are available for editorial, commercial, and personal work upon request.
  • Canon EOS 1D Mark IV
  • Canon EOS 1D Mark III
  • Canon S100
  • Canon EOS 1Ds Mark III
  • Canon

The Experience

Published July 28th, 2012

These are images of the EMP that I took one day while wondering around the Seattle Center. The Experience Music Project is housed in a 140,000 square foot Frank O. Gehry designed building. This spectacular, prominently visible structure has the presence of a monumental sculpture set amid the backdrop of the Seattle Center. It is one of the most unique buildings around and offers some amazing shots from every angle of the building.

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Published June 29th, 2012

There is something about seeing music live that is special. Whether it's a local open mic or a an artist like Jack White, when you are there you feel it in your bones. Here are some images I captured while at the Gorge Amphitheatre.

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